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But I couldn't help what-iffing: What if that first night, I'd hung up the phone and gone to sleep (alone and, yes, a little horny, but giddy about what might happen)? I'm not bragging, but he took our breakup hard.
I might have discovered over the course of a few conversations that I wasn't interested. Maybe if I'd practiced a little sexual restraint I would have saved myself a lot of confusion and him some hurt. I reject game playing, refuse to subscribe to the not-before-the-third-date law and believe women are in charge of their sex lives the same way men are. episode left me in need of advice on the issue, so I asked around."Having sex too soon is the biggest mistake I see women making," says Nina Atwood, a Dallas-based therapist who is the author of and the voice of reason on
This wasn't the only time I'd fast-forwarded to the sex.
In fact, I'd spent a good deal of my romantic life doing what I can only call dating in bed.
So one night, during a romantic dinner at my favorite Italian bistro (I'd insisted that we finally go somewhere other than our apartments), I announced, "I don't think we have what it takes to make it in the long run." After six months of ordering takeout and sleeping over, we were breaking up on our first real date.
His maniacal grin will haunt your waking nightmares forever.